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Novel Decorating Idea: Frame Wallpaper to Give Splash of Color!

This morning I came across a novel idea I wanted to share.  If you are looking to redo a room in staging your home for sale or just want to have a simple winter project to give a little color and light to a drab area, consider this tip from Southern Living Magazine's Anne Turner Carroll.  Create Do-It-Yourself artwork by framing a colorful piece of wallpaper that you like.  It's such an inexpensive and great tip that you can change up your color frequently!  I am an avid reader of the magazine and highly recommend it.  In the Nov.2009 issue (go get a copy for holdiay recipe ideas too) you'll find this tip plus many others for ways to "Wake Up a Tired Bedroom".Southern Living Magazine Tip Nov.2009

Comment balloon 7 commentsAnn Dail • November 20 2009 12:04PM

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I love this magazine too! Thanks or the great share!!

Posted by Cathy Lee, ASP, IAHSP, RESA Danville, CA (CL Design Services Home Staging) almost 10 years ago

I thought I heard Southern Living was going out of business?  Do you know if this is true?

Posted by Kim Dillon (Creative Eye Home Staging) almost 10 years ago

Cathy, I love it too.  Read a few pages each day.

Kim, I'm not aware of any problems with Southern Living.    However a similar title Southern Accents announced stopping all except their online version.  Maybe you have them confused?

Posted by Ann Dail, Broker/Realtor,CRS, ePRO, SRS, B.A.Chem (Baton Rouge Area Homes, Louisiana, USA, 225-761-0551) almost 10 years ago

I love this idea...in a few of our stagings when we couldn't find that just right wall piece...we have framed large pieces of scrapbook paper...(from Archiver"s)....there are so many cool papers out there as well that really look great framed up.

Julie

Posted by Julie Davis, Amy Blank - Rediscovered Interiors, LLC (Rediscovered Interiors, LLC) almost 10 years ago

I did use this trick. It is cheap and fast. I even had redesign projects where waiting to find the right piece, we did the wall paper or scrapbooking frames. Here is one example:Scrapbook paper Art

Posted by Monica Stanciu, Staged 2 Sell Solutions, Markham, ON (Staged 2 Sell Solutions Inc.) almost 10 years ago

Scrapbook paper, wrapping paper, and even fabric works really well too!  We have to use whatever we have on hand to get the job done these days!

Posted by Sharon Tara, New Hampshire Home Stager (Sharon Tara Transformations) almost 10 years ago

Love these ideas! Great and inexpensive!

Posted by Suzanne Metz (Design to Appeal) almost 10 years ago

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